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Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Peter Thomas Arrested for

Prince Williams/WireImage Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Peter Thomas was arrested Friday evening in Miami, E! News can confirm. TMZ reports authorities took Thomas, whose ex-wife is RHOA mainstay Cynthia Bailey, into custody at Miami International Airport on a warrant from Louisiana for allegedly writing fraudulent checks. The one-time Bravolebrity is reportedly being held without bond. Thomas has not commented…

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Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Peter Thomas was arrested Friday evening in Miami, E! News can confirm. 

TMZ reports authorities took Thomas, whose ex-wife is RHOA mainstay Cynthia Bailey, into custody at Miami International Airport on a warrant from Louisiana for allegedly writing fraudulent checks. The one-time Bravolebrity is reportedly being held without bond. 

Thomas has not commented publicly on the arrest.  

Cynthia and Peter joined Real Housewives of Atlanta during season 3, even opting to document their 2010 nuptials on the reality TV series. Six years later, Cynthia announced their separation and in 2017 the pair’s divorce was finalized. 

“I am definitely taking some time to myself to figure out how I want to move forward. I don’t want to rush into anything, so I think this time apart is good for us,” Bailey shared in a statement at the time. 

Since then, Thomas has continued to make cameo appearances on RHOA and maintains a relationship with his former stepdaughter Noelle Robinson

Days ago, Thomas shared a photo of himself traveling to Jamaica from Miami. 

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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Jordan Peele surprises Hollywood again: ‘Us’ brings in

New York (CNN Business)Jordan Peele’s new horror film terrified audiences and shattered expectations at the box office this weekend.”Us,” the director’s second film, made an estimated $70.3 million in North America — more than tripling its production budget of $20 million. It exceeded industry expectations in a big way. The film was initially projected by…

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New York (CNN Business)Jordan Peele’s new horror film terrified audiences and shattered expectations at the box office this weekend.

“Us,” the director’s second film, made an estimated $70.3 million in North America — more than tripling its production budget of $20 million.
It exceeded industry expectations in a big way. The film was initially projected by industry experts to bring in closer to $45 million this weekend.
The R-rated film stars Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke as parents trying to fend off an attack from evil Doppelgängers. The film has made $87 million worldwide.
“There’s nothing scary about horror for Hollywood,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore.
“Us” is another hit for Peele and Universal.
Peele’s “Get Out” was a critically acclaimed blockbuster in theaters two years ago. It hauled in $255 million at the box office globally — $33 million on its opening weekend. That was 56 times its budget. “Get Out” was also nominated for four Oscars, and Peele won for Best Original Screenplay. As for Universal, the studio now has the second, third and fourth biggest openings of the year — with “Us,” “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,” and “Glass.”
The No. 1 opening in 2019 was by “Captain Marvel,” from Disney and Marvel Studios.
“Us” represents another horror hit for Hollywood. Scary films such as “It,” “Halloween” and “A Quiet Place” have made big money on low budgets in recent years.
Strong reviews and word of mouth helped propel “Us.”
The film has a 94% score on review site Rotten Tomatoes and has been building buzz since its premiere at Austin’s SXSW conference earlier this month. Audiences gave it a CinemaScore of B.

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Dubai denies there were plans for R. Kelly

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai’s government on Sunday forcefully denied a claim by R&B artist R. Kelly that the artist had planned concerts in the sheikhdom after he had sought permission from an Illinois judge to travel here despite facing sexual-abuse …

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai’s government on Sunday forcefully denied a claim by R&B artist R. Kelly that the artist had planned concerts in the sheikhdom after he had sought permission from an Illinois judge to travel here despite facing sexual-abuse …
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Box Office: ‘Captain Marvel’ Shatters $900 Million Milestone

Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” continues to do heroic business. In its latest box office milestone, the female-fronted superhero tentpole zoomed past $900 million in ticket sales worldwide. “Captain Marvel” brought in a mighty $87 million globally this weekend, including $52 million from international territories. It has now generated $589 million overseas for a global haul…

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Box Office: ‘Captain Marvel’ Shatters $900 Million Milestone

Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” continues to do heroic business. In its latest box office milestone, the female-fronted superhero tentpole zoomed past $900 million in ticket sales worldwide.

Captain Marvel” brought in a mighty $87 million globally this weekend, including $52 million from international territories. It has now generated $589 million overseas for a global haul of $910 million. At the domestic box office, “Captain Marvel” brought in an impressive $35 million during its third weekend of release, bringing its North American tally to $320 million.

It now ranks as the 10th-biggest comic-book release of all time, surpassing the lifetime hauls of superhero movies like “Thor: Ragnarok” ($854 million), “Venom” ($855 million), and “Spider-Man: Homecoming” ($880 million).

“Captain Marvel” injected a much-needed boost into the worldwide box office. It’s far and away the biggest movie of the year. It’s no surprise, considering Marvel positioned the film as an essential stepping stone ahead of “Avengers: Endgame,” the epic conclusion arriving this summer that will determine the fate of a number of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. At the end of “Avengers: Infinity War,” Marvel set up Larson’s Carol Danvers as the last, best hope after Thanos turned half of life in the universe to dust.

Meanwhile, Jordan Peele’s “Us” launched overseas with $16.7 million from 47 foreign markets. Starring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke, the psychological thriller about a family terrorized by a group of doppelgangers drummed up a massive $70 million at the domestic box office for a worldwide start of $86.95 million. “Us” saw the best debut in the United Kingdom ($3.7 million), followed by France ($2 million), Spain ($1.2 million), and Germany ($1.4 million).

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